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Issue No. 2293

‘Stand up against the Trotskyites of the Right to Work campaign’
David Cameron delivers a message to the public in parliament last week

‘A state of violent, juvenile rebellion’
Tory Quentin Letts complains about the left in Britain

‘I happen to like Mr Cameron. I would far rather have dinner with him than with Attila the Hun. But Attila ran a tighter ship’
Quentin Letts despairs at the government’s failure to clamp down on protesters

‘Imagine for a moment that the government had decided to legalise slavery but assured us that no one will be forced to keep a slave’
Cardinal Keith O’Brien comparing gay marriage to slavery last week

‘I think that it is time now to call a halt to what you might call progress’
Cardinal O’Brien continues in the same bigoted vein

‘Unacceptable and unpatriotic’
A government spokesperson attacks Unite’s Len McCluskey for suggesting there could be strikes during the Olympics

‘Deplorable misjudgement’
Lawrence Clarke, an Eton-educated hurdler, responds to McCluskey in the Daily Telegraph

‘The Olympic Games is not about money’
Lawrence Clarke uses his expensive education to deny reality. He later added that the games were a “huge marketing opportunity for Britain”

‘The act of deleting emails is not evidence of wrongdoing’
A Department for Education spokesperson defends repeatedly deleting official government email correspondence


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Who Says?
Tue 6 Mar 2012, 18:39 GMT
Issue No. 2293
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